Despite the prolific use of technology, most planets still have vast areas of primal nature, full of wild beasts. A creature handler is one who has gained such an understanding of nature that he can tame the wild beasts, using them almost as pets to do his bidding, be it to guard him, attack his opponents, or carry his gear.
A novice creature handler learns the basic skills to tame wild, non-aggressive creatures, as well as the ability to keep one and store two pets. Creature handlers also learn some basic commands to control pets.
This discipline begins by increasing the handler's ability to tame wild creatures, and, over time, allows handlers to more easily tame creatures of increasing power. Creature taming also gives the ability to tame aggressive creatures.
The creature training discipline slowly increases the number of pets you can keep in storage, and gives the handler new, more complex commands to manage pets.
Creature empathy gives a creature handler emotional control over his pets, allowing him to teach them tricks to remove their battle fatigue or to strengthen and enrage them when needed in battle. It also slowly increases the number of pets that can be stored.
Creature management allow creature handlers to group with their pets, have them follow another player, and perhaps most importantly, allows the handler to use an additional pet. Creature management also allows handlers to transfer their pets to other creature handlers.
Master Creature Handler
Those who have learned all there is to learn about taming and controlling wild beasts may choose to become a master creature handler, gaining skill in taming hostile and non-hostile creatures, as well as the ability to have an additional pet.
Becoming a dancer is a natural outgrowth of studying dancing and entertainment healing as an entertainer. While this career path will not help you with combat in any way, it is quite fulfilling in that players will always be seeking you out when they come in from their hunting trips, and you will often find yourself quite in-demand as a result. Besides, this profession is just fun!
A novice dancer will gain the poplock and popular dancing techniques, as well as a +5 bonus to wound healing (dancing), and +10 bonuses to dance knowledge, battle fatigue healing (dancing), and dancing mind enhancement.
If you are looking to do more than just dance, then studying dancing techniques will enable you to create special effects on the dance floor, such as letting off smoke bombs, or having disco balls appear in mid-air. Naturally this can make things a bit more entertaining for the people who are watching, and, as a result, may even yield better tips.
Dancer's Wound Healing
The rate at which your patrons' wounds heal is not fixed. By studying dancer's wound healing you will be able to heal their mental wounds faster. Then again, this might make the patrons go away sooner, so the choice is yours.
By studying dancing knowledge you will learn to do progressively harder dances. First you will gain the ability to do popular 2, then poplock 2, then lyrical, exotic, and exotic 2. While this won't have any effect on the people watching you dance, it will improve your ability to move your body.
Dancer's Fatigue Healing
By studying dancer's fatigue healing you will be able to more quickly do away with your patrons' battle. Since battle fatigue often takes longer to heal than wounds, studying dancer's fatigue healing will be much appreciated by those that come to watch you dance.
If you reach the title of master dancer then you're ready for the big time. You will learn exotic 3 and 4, and will be ready to swing on a pole with the best of them.